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Yup this tasted exactly like steakhouse steak seasoning. Of course I dont own a steak house so I used 1 Tablespoons instead of each Lb and 1/2 Tablespoon for the nutmeg. Sprinkled this on Porterhouse steaks 2 hours before eating and broiled them.
I made this a long time ago and forgot to rate it. WE LOVE this seasoning and now if we make steak it goes on every time!! One piece of advice to all others...please make sure if you make this that you let it sit for at least a day. I first made it and made steaks that night and it was wayyyy to salty, but then had it again a few days later and LOVED it. So just remember its important to let it sit and let the flavors meld together.
This steak seasoning is really good. I did as Tara did as far a measurements are concerned. I felt that there was enough salt in the recipe already so I used onion powder and celery seeds instead of the onion salt and celery salt. I added some of this to the flour I breaded my pork steak in and it came out so good. The porksteak was mosit, tender and juicy. I also put some on some fish and it was good on that too. Thanks for the recipe Darin. This is a definite keeper.
This is by far the best steak spice recipe I've found. It's good on everything!
Needed a good steak rub mix because DH has been begging me to recreate a steak he had in a restaurant a while back. I followed the last reviewer's guidelines for amounts with the following changes: I had to use garlic powder and onion salt (instead of the reverse) because that's what I had in the cupboard. I also didn't have any celery salt, so I used cumin instead (which was fine because there was already plenty of salt in the mix). I was pretty impressed, since I normally don't like meats that aren't marinaded, but this gave really good flavor. Next time I might add a bit of chipotle chili powder to it for some heat to complement the sugar and nutmeg.
Simple and easy, this made a great rub for the tri tip I made last night. I didn't use any celery salt or nutmeg. 1 Tablespoon of everything else. The whole family enjoyed, thanks for sharing!
I used teaspoons and did the same proportions - however left out the celery salt and garlic salt. I reduced the salt to 2 instead of 3. And this was SO SO salty (the flavor itself wasn't bad but tasted a lot like lawry's season salt). my husband had to scrape his off. having read some of the other comments, perhaps i should have let it marinade? however, since there are no instructions on the recipe, i have to give it a lower rating. not sure if we'll try it again.
Very good, cut back on measurements like everyone else. Will use this again. Using teaspoons in stead of tablespoons, had almost exact right amount for 4 8 oz. ribeyes, fyi.
I used this on our steaks for supper last night. I did as others suggested and used Tablespoon for lb. and 1/2 tablespoon for 1/2 lb. I only used 1 1/2 tablespoon of salt and will definitely be cutting that down next time maybe to 1/2 tablespoon. I also used garlic powder and celery seed since that is what I had on hand. Even with those changes, it was still very good on our steak. I will definitely be making this again. Thanks for sharing.
WOW! I decreased my amounts significantly; I used the same numbers, but subbed teaspoons instead of pounds to use on our pork chops. (instead of 3 lbs, I did 3 tsp, instead of 1 lb, I used 1 tsp) It came out FABULOUS.